No print service found on Debian 64bit

Q: I am running PDF Studio on 64bit Debian squeeze with Gnome desktop. When I try to print I get the error message: “No print service found” A: It is a setup problem that many debian squeeze users have encountered. To resolve this, open /etc/sysctl.d/bindv6only.conf and set net.ipv6.bindv6only=0, then restart the procfs with invoke-rc.d procps restart For more info, see this […]

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Best Free PDF Reader for Linux

PDF Studio Viewer is a great PDF viewer for Linux & Unix that renders PDF documents with high fidelity (including digital signatures), and allows to annotate documents as well as fill interactive forms. PDF Studio works on all the Linux and Unix distros including Ubuntu, Mint, Debian, Red Hat / RHEL, Elementary OS, Gentoo, CentOS, Parrot Linux, […]

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Call PDF Studio from shell on Linux

Q: On Linux, when I try to start PDF Studio from shell (bash) with “pdfstudio8 myfile.pdf” where “myfile.pdf” is in the current directory, it can’t find the file. It can access only when I give the full path of the file. Is there any way to make this work? A: You will need to create a […]

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Adobe Acrobat PDF Editor Alternative for Linux / Ubuntu / Unix

Adobe Acrobat is not available under Linux or Unix. After version 6, no version of Adobe Acrobat for Linux or Unix was released. Even Adobe Reader, the PDF viewer, stopped at version 9 and recent versions (version X, version XI) are not available for download in Linux. Qoppa’s PDF Studio is a great alternative for Adobe […]

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